The Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) Indore and Arizona State University (ASU) have partnered to launch the Global Healthcare Professional Programme (GHPP), aiming to address the critical need for skilled management within the healthcare sector. 

This partnership was formalised through a Specific Collaboration Agreement, signed online by IIM Indore director Professor Himanshu Rai, and ASU Learning Enterprise executive vice-president Maria Anguiano.  

The GHPP is designed to provide healthcare professionals with the skills needed to navigate the complexities of the healthcare industry. 

It is a comprehensive, eight-month programme, catering to doctors, healthcare professionals, executives of hospitals and health systems, and public health officials, as well as health policy experts.  

The programme will offer online and offline sessions, along with practical business use cases and experiences at IIM Indore and ASU campuses. 

Participants will also benefit from visiting major hospital systems and healthcare facilities in Arizona, gaining a broader international perspective.  

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ASU’s Learning Enterprise will provide learning opportunities that are technology-driven and impact-focused while IIM Indore’s faculty will cover essential topics, such as marketing, financial management, and healthcare operations. 

In addition, IIM Indore will focus on developing soft skills, including effective communication and understanding the legal and ethical aspects of healthcare.  

ASU’s W P Carey School will contribute its expertise in healthcare economics, supply chain dynamics, healthcare informatics, and the application of AI in the industry. 

Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will also receive a certificate. 

Rai said: “Our collaboration with ASU amplifies the programme’s uniqueness, combining the best of both institutions to offer a transformative learning experience.  

“The programme unfolds in five stages, strategically blending two on-campus modules at IIM Indore and one at ASU, and two stages, including 40-hour online live classes. This structured approach ensures a holistic understanding of crucial aspects such as the economics of healthcare, healthcare operations, AI in healthcare, leadership, and more.”